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Bruce Tannas

Partnership allows Alberta municipalities to post local commercial listings

Alberta-based online business marketplace Connect4Commerce is partnering with Pillar 9 and Rocky View County to give Alberta Realtors a new platform for their commercial listings and provide potential buyers and sellers with information and tools.
Calgary’s TELUS Sky building (Photo: Bjarke Ingels Group)

Calgary skyscraper takes second place in global awards

Calgary’s TELUS Sky building won second place in the annual Emporis Skyscraper Award competition as judged by an international jury of architectural experts.

Sink or swim: How to understand, plan for and mitigate the risk of water...

Flooding has been increasing in frequency and severity across the country for the last several years, and the Insurance Bureau of Canada estimates that approximately 10 per cent of Canadian homes are at high risk of flooding.
The Niagara, a development of 100 four-storey freehold townhouses on eight acres near Niagara Falls, has a waiting list of 400 people.

Developers with a conscience

For Sherard McQueen and Yaseen Nimjee, there’s a lot more to development than selling, building and walking away. The business partners at M5V Developments in Toronto aim to develop with a conscience.
The project is an alliance between the downtown commercial real estate community and Montreal’s vibrant visual arts scene.

Créer des Ponts project sees artists move into vacant retail spaces in Montreal

In Montreal, a project aims to build bridges between two industries that were hit hard by the pandemic. The Créer des Ponts (Building Bridges) project is an alliance between the downtown commercial real estate community and Montreal’s vibrant visual arts scene.

Ivanhoé Cambridge, JLL enter strategic alliance for retail

Ivanhoé Cambridge will transition the operations of its Canadian shopping centres over to JLL on October 1. Most of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s property team of retail employees are expected to join JLL Canada.
Scott Watson

How one property management firm is welcoming workers back

“Everyone who operates in our buildings should have equal access to opportunity, and a strong sense of belonging, regardless of where or how they choose to work,” says Scott Watson, partner of leasing and acquisitions for Crown Realty Partners in Toronto.
Jon Bishop

CDNGLOBAL commercial brokerage opens across Canada

CDNGLOBAL, a privately held, independent real estate brokerage, investment sales and advisory services firm, recently launched with offices from coast to coast and plans to expand across the country.

Commercial Real Estate Equity and Diversity Council launches with playbook, website

The Commercial Real Estate Equity and Diversity Council (CREED), a non-profit, non-partisan organization, has developed a practical guide for change that leaders can follow to enhance and evolve their workplaces.
Lipa Green (centre) was the father of Al and Harold Green, who started Greenwin. Benny Lerman (left) from Milwaukee, and Lipa Wise (right) from Europe were both first cousins to Green. The photo was taken in 1955 in Toronto’s North York.

Documentary traces forgotten era in Toronto’s real estate history

Long before Toronto became a city of condominiums, there was another kind of building boom taking place. It was the construction of residential apartment...